Beginning on February 17, 2021, Daily Mass will be held at 8 AM (Monday - Friday)
with the Rosary following at 8:30 AM
Beginning on February 24th, we will celebrate the Stations of the Cross in the church on Wednesdays at 6:30 PM during the Holy Season of Lent.
For those that cannot attend in person, please see links below for suggestions you can watch at home.
Sunday: 8:30 AM & 10 AM
Saturday: 4 PM
Monday thru Friday 8 AM
8:30 AM daily (after 8 AM Daily Mass)
Sacrament of Reconciliation
Saturdays: 3-3:30 PM
Masses will be live-streamed on YouTube channel StMarkJTN Live. You can subscribe to the channel or simply click here to watch.
Sunday at 8:30 AM
Monday thru Friday at 8 AM
Pastor: Rev. W. Douglas Grant
Pastor Emeritus: Rev. William J. O'Neill
& Rev. Stephen P. Amaral
Admin. Asst.: Joy Mikolay
Please check out these suggestions for pre-recorded Stations of the Cross. There are also several versions and mediations available on formed.org
(for more information about Formed, see section below)
Jesus, as an observant Jewish man, would have prayed the Psalms throughout the day, and drawn strength and peace from them. Fr. Toups invites us to step closer to Christ and pray beside Him, drawing strength from Scripture during His last moments before the Crucifixion.
Simple explanations designed for children to understand what happens at each Station.
The virtual Faith Nights continue on Tuesdays at 6:30pm. This is a great opportunity to engage with the parish community in prayer, learn new things, and have some fun!
Each week will be a different activity and the themes will vary by month:
4th Tuesday, February 23 - Stations of the Cross
1st Tuesday, March 2nd - Rosary (Sorrowful)
2nd Tuesday, March 9th - Faith Talk
3rd Tuesday, March 16th - Lenten Prayer Meditation
4th Tuesday, March 23rd- Parish Mission at 6:30pm on YouTube channel StMarkJTN Live. You can subscribe to the channel or simply click here to watch.
5th Tuesday, March 30th - Stations of the Cross
This is open to all parishioners and there is no need to register, the meeting log in details will be sent to the parish email list or you can contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Formed is an online service that the parish has purchased which features a collection of Catholic resources created by the Augustine Institute. Simply go to formed.org and search for our parish (Saint Mark Church or 02835), choose sign up as a parishioner and you will be prompted to create a free account. Once you have an account, you can sign in on any smart device or TV.